Its pitch correction module is efficient and easy to use, earning Graillon 2 the number one spot on the autotune freebie list. It is compatible with all digital audio workstations on Windows and macOS.
This free autotune effect is flexible and easy to operate, with adjustable speed, range, scale, and depth. The added stereo widening feature can be helpful in a vocal processing chain, but make sure to double-check your mix in mono when using it.
Aside from those few drawbacks, MAutoPitch is a brilliant free autotune VST that could quickly become your go-to pitch correction tool. Just like Graillon 2, it is compatible with all VST and AU plugin hosts on PC and Mac.
GSnap is an old freeware autotune plugin. It was the first free autotune VST on the market. Pitch correction software was still somewhat of a rarity back in the day when GSnap was released.
Unlike Graillon 2 and MAutoPitch, GSnap will only work on Windows-based systems. It does come with a very well-written manual, though. The instructions are worth reading if you decide to use GSnap as your go-to free autotune effect.
Although Voloco is available as a VST3 and AU plugin on desktop operating systems, it is primarily used on iOS and Android. The app version of Voloco is easily the best free autotune for mobile devices.
Auto-Tune (or autotune) is an audio processor introduced in 1996 by American company Antares Audio Technologies. Auto-Tune uses a proprietary device to measure and alter pitch in vocal and instrumental music recording and performances.
While this is an article about the 8 best autotune plugins in 2023, we had to list some of our favorite tips to make sure your vocals sound killer. In the Hyperbits Masterclass, we go much deeper into vocal tuning, but again, here are some tips to get you started.
Well there you have it, the 8 best autotune plugins to use to get those perfect sounding vocals. You now know a bit more about what to look out for when tuning, how to keep the performance natural, and the best tools to get you there. 2b1af7f3a8